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Not sure why you want to put a lien on the property. If you have been left the property, you shouldgo and get the deed. In order for the individual to leave you the property, they had to be named in the deed. In order for anyone to sell it after their death, they are going to have to get the probate court's permission. And the only person they will allow to sell it is the executor or the person it was left to. I would consult an attorney for the jurisdiction where the property is.

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